Gov. Deal: Change Confederate license plate

...two-thirds of the rectangle. That version remained in place for decades, surviving a 1993 attempt by former Gov. Zell Miller to replace it before the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta.Deal commended Miller and former Gov. Roy Barnes, who was in office...

Zell Miller wants to have it both ways

Zell Miller is, as Judge Judy would put it, a piece of work - and that is not a compliment. Nobody prevented him from joining a group of Neanderthals - but he cannot have his cake and eat it, too. Saroja Venkatraman,Martinez

Zell Miller set to retire in 2004

WASHINGTON - Democratic Sen. Zell Miller, a popular former Georgia governor, announced Wednesday he won't seek re-election in 2004 - a move that could complicate...

Zell Miller loses his vote

Here's why I cannot vote for Zell Miller to be Georgia's U.S. senator: Mr. Miller is a storyteller. How many remember his broken pledge not to seek a second gubernatorial...

Zell Miller's career was never predictable

...Black said. "For a lot of Republicans and independents, Zell expressed a lot of the opinions they hold themselves." Zell Miller Occupation: Retiring U.S. senator Party: Democrat Age: 72, born Feb. 24, 1932, in Young Harris, Ga. Residence...

Zell Miller will face consequences

U.S. Sen. Zell Miller's, D-Ga., "divorce" from the Democratic Party should come as no surprise. A lot of folks have questioned his position...

Zell Miller, party of one

No one should be surprised that Zell Miller doesn't want to run for re-election to a full term as U...out to eat, don't be surprised to hear the headwaiter say, "Zell Miller, party of one?"

Sen. Zell Miller for president?

...wonder if the Democratic Party ever thought of Sen. Zell Miller, D-Ga., for president. As for theoup running now...off. So, I suggest that unless the Democrats nominate Zell Miller, or another old-line Democrat, they may as well save...

Column: Zell Miller's legacy nothing to marvel over

Eighty precent. That's the tidal wave of popular approval on which Gov. Zell Miller will sail out of office this week. Miller loyalists look at the statistic and marvel. It's hard to get four out of five people...

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Re-election was never an issue for Zell Miller

WASHINGTON - Zell Miller had just started in the Senate when he was asked about signing up for retirement benefits...believe to be in the best interest of my state and my country, not some party." -- Sen. Zell Miller, on party loyalty